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United States: Many small businesses have limited liquidity.
Also, here is cash availability by sector.
Eurozone: The ECB’s securities purchases allowed Spain and Italy to sell quite a bit of debt this year.
Energy: After the negative-price fiasco in WTI, some traders have been avoiding the front futures contract, focusing on later months instead.
Equities: The market has been more forgiving than usual to companies that missed earnings estimates.
Global Developments: Investors have been extremely pessimistic on real estate this year.
Food for Thought: Visiting a buffet-style restaurant:
Edited by Devon Lall
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